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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1959, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                TEDDY An Indiaittft County Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family t If you expect a teenager to go far these days you have to give him a full tank of gas 65 Twentyfour Pages Indiana Pennsysdsy October 29 1959 City EDITION FEAR 300 DEAD IN MEXICAN STORM Hank Admit SI ACE AGhNCl bPIIEREMen in foreground of huge balloon appear dwarfed as it undergoes an inflation test in hangar at Langley Field recently The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced the 100foot diameter sphere was launched from Wallops Island Vu yesterday It was packed in a container propelled by a twostage rocket and inflated at an alti tude of 3oO miles It was termed a test of inflatable satellites to be tisnd later in cornrnunica experiments iAP Huge US Space Balloon Latest In Space Derby Say Both Received Qs As NEWYORK AP Two men who have Jong denied getting help in winning tele vision quiz shows which made them famous Charles Van Doren and Hank Bloom are reported to have admitted they did Van Doren won and Bloomgarden won f 500 Hogan lias declined comment except to say that both made sub stantial changes in earlier state ments given his office and to a grand jury which spent months in vestigating quiz show rigging Van Doren repeated that he will tell the whole story of his tele vision activities Nov 2 when he appears before a congressional committee in Washington He and his attorney have said they have not decided to ask that the hear ingbe held behind closed doors Van Doren the youthful Colum bia University English instructor appeared on NBCs TwentyOne show and afterward got a job Bottom Dropped Stock Markets Black Tuesday 30 Years Ago Today NEW YORK the survivors of the blizzard of 1888 the survivors of Black Tuesday on the stock market have Jong memories It was 30 years ago 29 the bottom droppedout of the stock market Todays stock market has been booming But most brokers stress all the measures taken since 1929 to keep the debacle from happening again And they think the majority of Americans sensible now Court Lists New Officials For Election Judge Edwin M Clark Stock prices had been riding high in high whether measured by earnings assets or prospects Many of the stocks were new and untried and some were phony or close to it The little fellow was in the market up to his neck and often over it He had taken his life sav toclay ings to gamble Often he had only J O v ivn t 1ICIU Ull I V appointed eight persons in various a 10 per cent equity in his hold precincts of the county to fill vaings The rest was borrowed cancies in the precinct election money boards So many were wiped out over In Indiana second ward Dr night Banks tottered The de Beatty H Dimit 229 South Sevenpress ion not prosperity was Refuse Rush On Steel TH WASHINGTON AP WASHINGTON The United tacular new entry in the space balloon as 10story building that inflates 250 miles above the u u u was appointed judge of elecjust around the comer Trn H replacing Mrs Margaret Go A lot of big boys were in there oF n w r f Pe1dm hee resi8led t00 and shaky ground Many of s Washing on Mrs Frances Pluchinsky Vinof them also were wiped out Si When the hullabaloo hrst rosejtondale was appointed judgesome committed suicide or died AP WlvePhoto long ago Van Doren lashed out of election in Buffington replacof hearh failure at the allegations ing Elizabeth Kaushep resigned I On dc Tuesday a record Cj Us silly and distressing tn In Burrell 1 Mrs Juanita Busi sharesvere traded onipt6 55 Black Lick becomes the judge of the New York Stock Exchange in election replacing Mrs Edith the frantic effort to unload Jn a Later he said he believed in the Cortilisso series of lesser falls prices keptj Tl4 t t I ciuuve me lc ucneveu in me umnisso series of lesser falls prices kept The hrst space balloon launching Wednesday at Walintegnty of TwentyOne proj William E Williams Clymer RD on going down until mid1932 ops Island was success Not only did Jack Barr and Da fills the unexpired term of tha But in the wake of Black Tues balloon perform as plaimed it startled the dickens out ofing lorevioiis nf v nit wiwrvci hundreds of citizens all over the Eastern Seaboard The balloon in diame i previous judge of election I also believe in the honesty j passed away in Green A who Bj0uaee 4 rni Supreme Court refuses to biggest object anyone the United Stcelworkers to speedlhas ever scnl UP 1to tne nnges up their appeal of a TaftHartley space But it weighed only 130 backtowork injunction that would pounds halt the 107day steel strike j u was not mean to intQ or The government made a pica to the court Wednesday to tellbltl and soon fel1 back Uo the tlie union to get going on the apbea peal by noon today Without com McKeesport Bank Robbed Recover Loot llv jjaaocu away in ureen H of the contestants on that program j Majority inspector appointments whom I know I myself was neverinclude Clarence Lamer Barnes K 111 given any answers dr told anyiboro RD 2 in Green 4 replacing Will questions he said JJ C Kelly resigned I n A And as far as I know none ofj In Banks 2 Mary Hook Glen JQ IMS UK A the contestants received anyCampbell becomes the ma v coaching of this jority inspector for Banks 2 rej When the congressional probers placing Mary Long who movedH took up the rhatter eliciting testijfrom the district The day to appeal the ruling of a Phil adelphia appeals court that upheld the injunction But union lawyer Arthur J Goldberg said he expected to file Doren sent word inspector was also made inEast Mahoning with Ruth Arlene Black Marion Center RD 2 serving in the vacancy created by Mrs Cornelia Williams moving from the district A minority inspector was np County Board of As It was visible for 10 peal by noon today Without the National Aeronautics v r o we wnnam i ment the court denied the Justiceland Administration hopes Negro bandit robbed the Nathat hed be glad to testify coniMahoning with Ruth Arlene Black newiy appointed Board MemhKr request to Pul some tntse 8iant space tional Bank of McKeespon today ceining n J J cuiuw That leaves the union until Won travelers into orbit around the of an estimated S4 000 to S5 000 Later earth v poenz TI w f r n 1 rhe bandlt walked into the bank The balloon fired at ance caught the rays of the sun at the sllortly after part in them the subcommittee sub for Nov 2 appear top of its flight As it unfolded there its aluminized surface the formal appeal notice with the caught the light at different angles voting precincts next p shoved a a tellers window note fice The teller handed over the bill Supreme Court Friday and present forth myriad flashes of JaSrf drawer earlier statenwnts a complete brief for the union case j reflected sunlight ne Bandit ran out the door with The latest reports concer by Monday j Many who saw it thought it was yelllll8 Van Doren and Bloomgarden This means the court probably a flare surrounded by sparks man He usl robbecl published today by the New Yorktion will be conducted between if vont be ready to rule until Jie The project was not announced A i Times and New York and 8 middle of next week in advance and nobody knew what A customer gave chase but lost Tribune 110 aboilt tuo Wotks from The Times quoted Van Doren D I the bank eawmo T O I Q C 6 Nations AlU Worst Disaster j MEXICO CITY AP A i radio message from the State jof Colima today said at least persons are reported to have perished as a result of hurricane and flood in the town of Minatitlan The message picked up here by an amateur radio operator was addressed to Mexicos President by Dr Rafael Chavez Carillo broth er of Colimas governor Min atitlan is an inland city of about population Added to those who lost their lives in coastal regions of Colima and Jalisco states counted earlier at nearly 100 the loss of life as sumes the proportions of one of this countrys worst natural dis asters of modern times In Tecoman 12 miles from the coast 16 persons were reported dead and homeless The radio message pleaded for food and medicine but the region is still cut off from land transpor tation airfields are flooded and the only present means of com munication is radio Some emer gency fields were in limited use by planes Large sections of the two small western states bordering the Pa cific still were isolated by floods in the wake of weekend torren tial rains and a hurricane Men day Air rescue operations continued around the clock in an effort to reach hundreds of families driven their homes rainswollen thai of small villages The rivers knocked out comma Jnications and flooded roads in the i stricken area hindering the move ment of military convoys carrying jfood medicine and clothing President Adolf o Lopez Mateos PHILADELPHIA personal charge of relief E Stassen Republican candidate operations for mayor of Philadelphia in thej The Pacific port of ManzaniHo Nov 3 election says he is ready to support either Vice President MURPHY LEAVES STATE DE PARTMENT Robert D Mur phy Under Secretary of Slate leaves his office in the State De partment in Washington yester day Earlier in the day Mur phy announced he was retiring to accept a post in private bu siness Murphy who was 65 years old today joined the State Department in 1920 and in re cent years had been regarded as a diplomatic troubleshooter Or Rocky Richard M Nixon or New York Governor Nelson A Rockefeller for president At a Union League political which took the full force of the hurricane reported 80 known fatalities At least 100 residents were reported missing and 500 in jured Full reports of casualties and luncheon rally Tuesday Stassen damage could not be obtained be reiterated he would take no part cause of the breakdown in com in the Republican national The Presidents of awuimcu DUUIU memoes t011 if a fight develops between ince announced reports received by Mr Oakes is a resident of Clythe Nixon and Rockefeller forces radio mer and is associated with the am perfectly ready to accept At east seven persons were Oakes Lumber Company the record of both men and wage Mr Oakes was appointed to fill1 an allout effort for either Vice r wr uaKes was appointed to fill1 an anour enorc tor eitner vici Doren several days ago j pointed in Buffington 3 with vacancy created bv the resigi President Nixon or the other nom ent to the district attorneys ofjKathryn Stewart Homer RD nation of the Reverend Merle L linee in carrying Philadelphia and to make what that official jl replacing Blanche reJDickson who has moved to FreePennsylvania in Stassen i substantial changes in the i signed iporti Armstrong County said Stassen The strike will go on at least it was until then unless something comes See US 4 Col 6 of new fullscale negotiations thai1 resume today at Pittsburgh I 1C I tween the union and the big steel AjlVGH Ub WOTK companies The Federal Mediation and Con ALBUQUERQUE AP me mun s lueniu ciliation Service said it was glad A fcdeial official says a group disclosed small firms incorporated under said the entire loot New York quoted as saying I think that Monday Police converged on the area is only five days away Im not in1 and apprehended v man a short a position to start talking about time alter the holdup iL now it would put me in such time alter the holdup terrible light not only with the1 The mans identity was nol inv Congress but with the other news1 On Negroes The Board Chairman Mrs Shir trend in This is at tributed to the steel strike and to seasonal factors Pa8 ever got going Mrs Virginia F Neff and Mrs Sara R Nix who qualified through Civil Service Examination for the former governor of md onetime disarma advisor to President Eisen off a drive to 1956 The cam dead and 15 missing in Cihautlan 30 miles northwest of ManzaniHo See 4 Col 4 Belle House Hunting In Rio RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil AP Earl Belle 27 wanted in Pitts burgh on charges of stock fraud is house hunting here again after i being expelled from his rented home Belle his wife and 3monthold worker were promoted to that po M1AMI Fla AP Negroes sition The minimum requirements1 A federal official says a group ofmediately disclosed A patrolman papers to whom I have refused to were baired from six city swimfor tms rating are graduation from Highways Dept received hear that negotiations would sma11 finns incorporated under said the entire loot had been respeak that I feel 1 must say No other recreationa four ear college and two low bid of P1 Ihe Small Business Administration covered areas today after quick or any equivalent comSwank Construction Co ol to rent thhome Iia c vrrtn HIP fi ret f I Rlnnmoa 1 Pii n tr hmnfuin nf arlnpntinn Vl to resume rating of Public Assistance CasePrniPrt I RirJC worker were promoted to that DO LJIUo uu baby boy were tossed QUt when The the owner returned from a busi are graduation IronyHighways Dept received an unofjness trip to southern Brazil and ann VPM re i c il t r o nr claimed the house agent had no It UVll V VU Ull sides that if nothing haphas won contract pened by Monday it would call a which a la8e fini1 House bv the Willard i Tuesda White Township Voters vited to testily before the them to Washington for a joint Sets Actt Committee Open committee bargaining conference i j Meeting Thurs nite Furthermore the mediation White Township Voters Ben Franklin School Not service said if the talks break ActT Committee All the tacts 65 School Action Committee down before then the service will Meeting Ihurs nile 830 Meeting Tluirs nit 830 Ben Franklin School Noti Rustic Lodge Smorgasbord Ben Franklin School n vinann ui misritrnt to rent tne nome Manager Ira F Willard bination of education and expen burgh Wednesday for a project in1 The exPittsburgh financier viiim t ence City Commission had issued opening the an order ington conference The involved court action began nine days ago when President Eisenhower asked his government to get TaftHartley in junction in Pittsburgh He said the strike was endangering the health and safety of the nation The in junction was granted The court order would halt the strike for 80 days but the union could resume it after that period1 if no settlement were reached i See 4 Col 1 i 6f Sunday 12 to 8 Show Continued After Bomb Hoax Interrupts Marie Call as Concert Indiana and Jefferson counties j rented the house after his lease Both Mrs Nix and Mrs Neff The project involves work on on an ocean front apartment in 11C returned to the agency in miles of two legislative routesjRios swank Copacabana area ex White Township Voters i allwhite pools and parks to NeApril were formw employees of north of the Indiana Jefferson pired more than a month School Action Committee Open Sroes Negroes used two the Department of Public Assistc n t y line and southeast of1 Presently the Belles are sfavine Wednesday before tincom ance Smicksburg i ai the newocean front hotel Not mission acted Trotadero 65 1 had no legal basis on which White Township Voters White Township Voters i U S authorities want Belle on 1 could retuse them Wil School Action Committee Open School Action Committee Openchafes of fraud in handling funds the facts ui irauu ui iiaaoiing luniis urd told the commissioners Meeting Fhurs nite 830 Thurs nite 830 Lf Cormcooia Gold ind Mtivnr Rpn IMM nklin c 01 mt UO10 Mines and Mayor Robert King High said he had grave fears about what na might happen if Mr Willards or der was put into Franklin School All the facts Not Ben Franklin School 65 the facts the Eastern Investment and De velopment Coip Hunters Special 121620410 Ga Boll Action shot guns Reg Only Sears Roebuck Co 7xS Inside The Gazette Masons Notice Members of Indiana Lodge No KANSAS CITY Mo call which indicates danger for porter asked Miss Callas what she 1J F A M and other Basons Rifles B and L Weaver Lyman bomb hoax interrupted a Maria this audience so we are asking thought about the incident jue requested to meet at Robinson easy payments S H Callas concert foai 40 minutes1 you to leave this building for a Please she said adi y tom8lu a oclock lor green stamps Rogers Jewelry Wednesday night but the tempeslhalf crying her iiind ut 11S Ux soprano brushed it off as Tlie calmly der her chin Lets not discuss Remembrance Lights Johns ndculous out taking 10 minutes to clear it Jewelry and Gift Shop 716 Phila Dormer President and Mrs the building while police swarmed Its ridiculous that things like Street 64x Hany bTrLinia were among the through the downtown theater that can happen but they do persons in Midland Theater Miss Callas remained in her Please lets not talk Lloyd Stinson W M Carlyle Orr Sec 6Jx OUTSTANDING Orlando Cepidu is luiined tlie National League suphonuire of tin ytiir See details on sports pages la and 19 EDDIE JACKSON Kddie Jaekson talks about the old days Read about this veteran perlorniei in Hal Boyles Column on page U Other Features White Township Voters School Action Committee Street persons in ivnoiana i neater Miss Callas remained in her Please lets not talk about it White Township Voters whtn Missouris Gov James room during the search The orchestra was an Committee Ope school Action Committee Open stepped on stage after Miss and joked about the scare The overture when a man called the r lte h K Hiins nitp Cassas first number and anconcert was finished without intheater box office and police head tch001 Nl Open KUitorul Huspilal Note Obituurio sucirlv IS19 Thcalrr Wurld luday A School Action Committee Ope Mcctiiiji I hurs nite 8iJO uassas uibt nuniDcj duo naa iunauvu wiuium miiietnur DOA onice and ponce neao Ren Franklin School Jot nounced Ladies and gentlemsn cident after the audience returned quarters He told the police dis the facts i5 the management has received a At a reception afterward a re See 4 Col 5 All the lads WEATHER FORECAST logics Paity tlx Uamier loiughl and Friday with ulo rind rani Friday Low tonight 1 it 17 HiRli loner 01 liiKldlf illy Fi irlay ln tha Polio Claims Portage Boy 7 JOHNSTOWN Pa has taken the life of 7yearold Ronald T Adams of Portage 2 Cambria County He died in Memorial Hospital here yesterday where he had been confined to an iron lung since Sept 25 It was not known whether had received auy anupolio shots 1 Rustic Lodge Smorgasbord Sunday 12 to 8 White Township VotertlU School Aqtion Committee Open Meeting Thurs oite 8 30 Rvn Franklin School Not the U   

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